March 5, 2014
New Arts License Plates

On Wednesday, March 5, 2014, the Legislative Arts Caucus, Tennesseans for the Arts and the Tennessee Arts Commission along with arts leaders from across the state celebrated that the new Arts specialty license plate has been produced, road tested and is now available at County Clerk offices in Tennessee."

 

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Nov. 21-22, 2014
Christmas Bazaar

This year's Christmas Bazaar was a huge success. A total of $5900 was brought in for the Senior Center. Next years goal is to do better; so mark your 2014 calendar for Friday, November 21 and Saturday, November 22. Join us for a great time and do some early Christmas
shopping. Remember; donations of Christmas items such as old wreaths, plastic or silk flowers, ribbon, decorations
of all types and gift basket items are always welcome at the center throughout the year.

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Welcome to our website. Here you will find what is going on at the Center. There are many different kinds of things going on that will be of interest to you. Did You know that there is Medicare Counseling available on an on-going basis? Schedule an appointment today by calling (423)745-6830 now to make your appointment

 

Lots of Programs and Activities Going on.....the Classes offered at the Center are awesome! Education: Computer Classes, Internet Access, Guest Speakers on topics of interest to seniors, a variety of craft and other classes. Health: Congregate and Home Delivered Meals, Blood Pressures Physical Fitness: Low Impact aerobics, Bowling League, Dancing, Exercise Room, Gardening, Walking, Shuffleboard, Horseshoes. Recreation: Gospel Singing, Billiards, Bingo, Card Games, Library, Puzzles, Quilting, Travel, Chess Club... .

Hey Twveety. I am going to try out again for this new Spring Play. Are You?

I want to be the cuddly mascot. Don't you think I would be just purr fect for that?

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So you think they need a mascot huh Sly? Well, my little furry buddy, don't be disappointed when they say they don't have a part for that....just sayin'. To answer your question, no, I don't think I will try out for a part...I will just let the humans handle that! Personally, I am getting ready to enjoy some long-deserved sunshine for a while!

 

Senior Theatre Resource Center Our Christmas play was a huge success.And here comes our Spring production! This play is called "The Last Day at W.O.R.K." and, as promised, is a much easier play to produce and learn (Yay!). It has a rather large cast, so we need to recruit some other interested actors. We will have parts for three men and eleven women. Some of the parts could work for either gender. All except for two (the male and female owners of the radio station) are small parts and most, even the two main characters, will be easily able to use written cues and/or scripts. The set is also easy and is only one stage throughout the play with a minimum of furniture and props, as it is the inside of a radio station. Of course, we will need crew for lights, sound, stage and house, as well.

The synopsis of the play is as follows:

A radio station in a small southern town, W.O.R.K., is signing off the air after 50 years. The station owners, a couple in their 70s, have invited back their old favorite acts for one last nostalgic show. Premiered at a Senior Theatre to rave reviews!

This should be a fun comedy to work on and present. We will have a dinner theatre on Saturday night, matinee on Sunday afternoon and Monday morning for our Sethra folks and the nursing homes/assisted living residents. That weekend will be May 17-19.

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